Coffee is a fruit? Whaat? - that's what I learned on a coffee plantage in colombia [Photography]

in photography •  last year

If you're in Colombia, you should also visit a coffee farm they told me.

So I took a look at one and learned some things.

I'm not really a big coffee drinker, so I didn't spend much time on coffee.

So it was all the more surprising to me that coffee is a fruit. We were shown the process of picking the fruit to the finished bean and then we were allowed to test really good aromatic coffee.

Here are my impressions in pictures:

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Do you actually know where your coffee is from?

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I bet that was a really cool experience!

I always thought coffee was the stone/seed of a fruit, not the fruit itself?

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Oh yes it was a really cool experience.
Yes, in the end you have the dry stone of the fruit as the coffee bean.